Key features of the Aspire V5, MacBook Pro 2013 and the MacBook Air 13-inch
From an aesthetic point of view, the Aspire V5 is typically Acer. Acer seems to be fond of the silver embellishments on its mid-range devices. This tradition makes its way for the V5 as well as it features a faux-aluminum plastic-silver screen display lid. The interior is coated in matte silver plastic. Though not plush to look, the V5 is quite functional and uses solid material. It is one of the most light-weight devices to carry.
On the other hand, the Apple MacBook Pro 2013 impresses with outstanding graphics. The flash storage speed is unmatchable. The battery life of the MacBook Pro 2013 is incredible while the retina display screen is brilliantly designed. The MacBook Pro 2013 also comes with iWork and iLife for free. The light and compact design makes it a show-stealer.
The Apple MacBook Air 13-inch is slotted as an entry-level device by Apple. It is powered by 1.3-GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor chipset. However, costing almost £950, the MacBook Air is not an entry-level laptop by conventional standards